We're constantly buying airplane tickets we travel on the Concorde.
Adventure upon all the tickets in the lottery and you lose for certain and the greater the number of your tickets the nearer your approach to this certainty.
Once I was checking to hotel and a couple saw my ring with Blues on it. They said 'You play blues. That music is so sad.' I gave them tickets to the show and they came up afterwards and said 'You didn't play one sad song.'
If any movie people are watching this show please for me have some respect. You wanna sell some tickets act like you know what you're talking about.
Country fans need to support country music by buying albums and concert tickets for traditional artists or the music will just fade away. And that would be really sad.
If God wanted us to fly He would have given us tickets.
People ask 'How does doing a film compare to doing an ad?' Well when you're doing a commercial you don't have to sell tickets. You have a captured audience. Which is actually completely rare and great it gives you a lot of freedom. When you make a film you have to do advertisements for the film.
I don't buy into any of that hogwash. They put that out to sell tickets. It's just a classic horror movie with the Greek drama formula of good versus evil and lots of fear.
Being famous gets me good concert tickets good tables in restaurants good seats at sporting events and that's really about it.
I was into the Mets because my Dad worked at IBM where he got free Mets tickets so I was into the Mets... then I got to 'Saturday Night Live' where my boss has unbelievable N.Y. Yankees tickets so he invites us to the games. I'm going to all the games so I might as well root for the team I'm gonna go sit with.
I borrowed my friend's car the other day in an attempt to persuade my husband that we needed a car and literally this is true in the first day of borrowing the car I got three tickets and I rear-ended it.
I've spent more on my Dodger tickets that I did on my car.
I just wanted to see every single musical I could. The very first one I saw was 'Beauty and the Beast ' the only one I could get tickets for and then 'Les Miserables' and then 'Chicago.'
I spend up to two hours a day on correspondence. Hearing from fans on the Internet and being able to directly respond to the fan base is exciting. You can cut out the middle man like the fan club... before a recent appearance in Tyler Texas I had fans reaching out on MySpace offering their lake house Mavericks tickets. It was amazing.